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Title: Study on the Dynamics of Village Fund Corruption in Central Java Province from a Sociological Perspective
Authors: Permana, Gilang Satya
Keywords: Village Fund;Corruption;Anomie
Issue Date: 29-Apr-2024
Abstract: The village is the smallest unit of government in Indonesia. As part of the government, the village is entitled to financial assistance from the central government to assist in the realization of national development. One of the forms of financial assistance is provided in the form of the Village Fund program. This Village Fund is used to finance the development and empowerment of rural communities so that they can be used to improve the quality of life of the community, community welfare, and poverty alleviation in rural communities. However, the implementation of village funds is not fully underway because there are still many cases of village fund irregularities in the form of corruption. Corruption of village funds is a serious problem because it shows that the village government still cannot use village funds in accordance with their purpose and designation. Therefore, the phenomenon of village fund corruption is an interesting study to be analyzed. One theory that can be used to analyze the corruption of village funds is Robert K. Merton's anomie theory. This theory has helped to clarify how different factors and systems within the community, along with structural and cultural aspects, affect the corruption of village funds. Therefore, it is important for the community to be involved in monitoring village funds to avoid corrupt behavior in village funds.
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